Webinar | Africa Situation Update - September 2020
Natural disasters in Africa like in other parts of the world are a recurring issue that represent both health and security risks for populations and international assignees. The cyclonic season and the rainy season are set to start in various African regions in the months to come. These seasons are set to be even more challenging this year due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic.
Join our health and security experts from our Africa regional head quarter to better understand the situation. They will discuss of the various risks related to natural disasters in Africa and also provide an overview of other current issues in the region.
- Anneline Booyse-Mofokeng
Security Director - Africa
- Dr Steven Lunt
Medical Director Assistance and Air Ambulance - Africa
- Dr Jeanine de Villiers
Deputy Medical Director Assistance and Air Ambulance - Africa
- Natural disasters in Africa
- Medical risks related to natural disasters
- Responding to natural disasters in the midst of a pandemic
- Current risks and issues in Africa